Cowboys Vs Packers NFC Divisional Odds, Wagering Tips, TV & Streaming Info

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Cowboys Vs Packers NFC Divisional Odds, Wagering Tips, TV & Streaming Info

Although this may not exactly be a redux of the Ice Bowl on the thermometer, the Green Bay Packers have chilled all visitors to Lambeau Field all season by posting an 8-0 home record and now they host the red-hot Dallas Cowboys who are a road perfect 8-0 on the season.

Many will be quick to point out that this is the first meeting between the Packers and Cowboys in Lambeau since the 1967 Ice Bowl but these two franchises have much more history than one game. This weekend’s matchup will mark the 32nd head-to-head matchup between these two, and the Cowboys hold the slight edge 16-15. What’s even more eerie is that the Cowboys have an edge in total points scored 719-710. If the trends hold, this will game will be a nail-biter going to the final minutes of the game, thus leaving the 67 Ice Bowl the second most talked about Cowboys/Packers game at Lambeau.

A Closer Look at The Cowboys Vs Packers NFC Divisional Free Pick, Wagering Tips, TV & Streaming Info

The temperature is expected to be in the high teens come kickoff on Sunday.

Matchup: Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers
Date: Jan. 11, 2015 
Start Time: 1:05 p.m. ET 
Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin
Stadium: Lambeau Field
TV Info: FOX
Stream: FOX Sports Go
Radio:  Dallas Vs Green Bay
Point Spread: Packers -7
Game Total: 53

The Dallas Cowboys will win this NFC divisional playoff game if

They force Aaron Rodgers into an unlikely poor performance!

If the Dallas Cowboys want to pull off the upset win in Green Bay, then they are going to have to force veteran quarterback Aaron Rodgers into a poor performance and keep the Pack from reaching 24 points.

Beating Green Bay means shutting down Rodgers. Green Bay’s perennial Pro Bowl superstar threw for less than 200 yards in three of Green Bay’s four regular season losses while throwing at least one interception in three of those contests and tossing multiple picks in two. Green Bay also failed to score more than 23 points in each of their four regular season losses.

The Green Bay Packers will win this NFC divisional playoff game if

They shut down Tony Romo!

While veteran signal-caller Tony Romo is having one of his best seasons, I’m still say that the bigger the game and more pressure there is, the more likely it is that Romo chokes. Romo failed to reach the 300-yard plateau in three of the Cowboys’ four losses while tossing multiple interceptions in two of those contests.

Green Bay will also need to put the clamps on league rushing leader DeMarco Murray if they ant to win this contest, particularly seeing as how Murray was held to less than 80 rushing yards in two of the Cowboys’ four regular season losses.

Last but not least, Green Bay needs to avoid giving up the big play to Dez Bryant or Terrance Williams. Both players are deep threats that can impact the game in a mere matter of seconds.

Who will win this NFC divisional playoff game?

I’m just going to get right to the point by saying that I really like Green Bay to win this contest over a Cowboys team that got a lot of help from the officials just to beat Detroit in their wild card matchup on Sunday.

This time around however, the Cowboys are facing arguably the game’s best quarterback in Rodgers and one of its best head coaches in underrated Green Bay’ head coach Mike McCarthy.

Rodgers has completed a blistering 66 percent of his passes with 19 touchdowns and just five interceptions in 10 career playoff games (6-4) while Tony Romo has completed just 59.6 percent of his pass attempts in five career playoff games while throwing six touchdown passes and two interceptions.

My money – and the smart money – has to be on Aaron Rodgers and the Packers to win their fourth straight game against the Cowboys and narrowly cover the spread.

Dallas is 7-1 ATS in their last eight road games but just 1-5 ATS in their last six road playoff games.

More importantly, Green Bay has gone 6-2 ATS in its last eight playoff games and a bankroll-boosting 34-16-2 ATS in their last 52 home games overall.

NFC Divisional Free Pick: Green Bay Packers -7 Points